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Collage of films adapted from books
Elizabeth Graney, December 03, 2021

If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times—the book was better! There's nothing like debating the differences between a favorite book and its translation to the screen.


Collage of films adapted from books
Elizabeth Graney, November 03, 2021

If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times—the book was better! There's nothing like debating the differences between a favorite book and its translation to the screen.


Collage of films adapted from books
Elizabeth Graney, October 04, 2021

It feels good to be back! After 19 months, films are once again back in theaters! It’s time for this blog to return to its original purpose, to let you know about new film adaptations as they hit the big (and small) screen.


Collage of selected top ten books of 2020
Tina Lerno, December 23, 2020

It’s the time of year for lists: recommendations, best of’s, and favorites.


red orange yellow flames with banned books
Sheryn Morris, September 27, 2020

Over the centuries, various forms of expression have been banned or destroyed, and their creators have been censored, imprisoned, tortured, killed, exiled.


vintage tv set
Christa Deitrick, June 19, 2020

In celebration of Father’s Day, we thought it would be fun to take a stroll down memory lane and pay tribute to 10 of our favorite TV Dads.


Film adaptations of Shakespeare's works
Elizabeth Graney, April 23, 2020

Did you know that scholars are uncertain as to Shakespeare’s actual birthday? We have a record of his baptism on April 26, 1564 and a burial marker that states he was 52 when he passed, but no more physical evidence to go on.


Happy girl and boy playing at home in a homemade tent
Laura Duncan, April 14, 2020

As many of us are spending more time at home right now, it can feel like our whole lives take place in front of a screen. With regular schools closed, children are studying at home and spending their days in a digital classroom, with breaks for games, movies, and playdates online.


Looking up at the dark, starry night sky with a telescope
Jack Stephens, April 13, 2020

Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Stephen Hawking


Book covers
Robert Anderson, April 09, 2020

Like the current year, 1920 was an eventful one for the United States. The “Spanish Influenza” epidemic of the previous two years, which we’ve heard a lot about recently, had taken 675,000 American lives, including more than half of the 116,000 who died while serving in World War I.


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